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The Packers' biggest strength is at wide receiver.
However, the future of Donald Driver is up in the air and they should draft another receiver late in this year's draft.
The Packers do have Randall Cobb waiting in the wings to fill the roster, but the front office needs to look at Arkansas wide receiver Greg Childs.
Childs is 6'3" and would be a great red zone target for Aaron Rodgers. He works well in press coverage as he has a size advantage over most cornerbacks.
Childs had a knee injury in 2010 which seemed to affect his game in 2011. That lowered his draft stock as scouts are a little wary about him.
However, the Packers need to see what Childs can bring to field.
Childs is a deep threat down the field with his quickness off the line and his ability to catch the ball at its highest point. Another great quality is his route running. Childs can change directions without losing a step and is great at baiting defenders.
Rodgers would love to play with a player like Childs. The Packers will be lucky if he is still available in the fifth round.
If he is, they shouldn't pass on him as he could be the biggest steal in the 2012 draft.